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Tuesday, September 11th 2018, 10:46pm

by dutch (Guest)


hoping for some input. my main pipe going to valves broke over last winter, despite the system being blown out. I haven't repaired the pipe yet. Do I need to repair the pipe and have system blown out prior to winter? Or, can I leave the system as is and repair in the spring without doing any additional damage? I assume the latter, but would appreciate any feedback. Thanks in advance.